Rocky Mountain Region Begins Hiring for 2018 Field Season

Release Date: Nov 15, 2017  

Media Contact: Lawrence Lujan, (303) 815-9902

 

News Release in PDF Format

 

(LAKEWOOD, Colo.)  November 15, 2017 – The Rocky Mountain Region of the U.S. Forest Service announced today the availability of over 900 temporary jobs for the 2018 field season throughout national forests and grasslands in Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming.

 

Temporary jobs are available in a variety of exciting and rewarding occupations such as fire, trails, forestry, engineering, wildlife, recreation, fisheries, archaeology and administrative support.

 

Job seekers can apply for temporary jobs through USAJOBS during these time frames:

  • December 15-21, 2017: Wildland fire jobs and other early season temporary jobs
  • January 26-February 1, 2018: Recreation, fisheries, forestry, engineering, and other jobs

 

Temporary job opportunities are searchable online at www.fs.usda.gov/main/r2/jobs. Job seekers can apply through USAJOBS during the applicable time frames at www.usajobs.gov. Temporary and permanent job opportunities can also be found online at: https://fsoutreach.gdcii.com/Outreach.

 

Below are resume tips and application resources to support job seekers in applying for jobs with the Rocky Mountain Region.

 

Resume Tips

  • Include all required information (e.g., name, address, previous work history with dates and hours worked per week, etc.)
  • Tailor your resume to each job announcement
  • Spell out acronyms
  • Be honest
  • Write clear and concise statements
  • Use active verbs
  • Proofread your resume

 

Application Resources

 

 

The Forest Service is a federal agency under the U.S. Department of Agriculture that manages 193 million acres of land, roughly the size of Texas. The Rocky Mountain Region includes 17 national forests and seven national grasslands located in Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming. The mission of the Forest Service is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the nation’s forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations.